Order of Omega Honor Society Welcomes New Initiates
|4/17/2008||Mary Ann Beahon|
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||(573) 592-1127|
Order of Omega is a national honor society that recognizes outstanding Greek students for their academics, leadership in their chapter and service to their campus and community.
New members of Order of Omega from Missouri are: Jeff Smith of Mexico, Kristy Kiefer of Chesterfield, Melissa Wilkinson of Troy, Lindsey Scheets of Salem and Bradley Prasuhn of Farmington.
Members from Illinois are: Tara Boehl of Washington, Rebecca Cooper of Red Bud and Kathryn Golden of Crystal Lake.
Students eligible for Order of Omega must be in good standing with one of the six Greek chapters on campus: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega or Delta Gamma sorority or Pi Kappa Alpha or Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. They must maintain a GPA above the all-Greek average and have at least 60 college credits, 30 from William Woods.
Every year, Order of Omega selects 15 of the best Greeks to join the society. Since 2004, it has initiated more than 60 members.